Hector, The modem is not the issue, so don't waste your time. We have the same issue as well. Its only with Cox and no other ISP at this point. I don't know all the specifics but what I can tell you is that it has to do with Cox's legacy platform (not modem specifically) and the backend devices. This started happening with the upgrade to 13.x code MX since Meraki changed how the static IP is added to the device. Before in the 12 code it was all or nothing. Now in 13.x they have a series of checks that the MX goes through, one being the gateway ARP. On the legacy Cox code it doesn't respond to the gateway arp because of either a bug or something else and the Meraki checks fail. This reverts it back to DHCP and gives you the "Bad IP assignment". Cox can clear the ARP on their end which allows the static IP again but since the gateway ARP check is still failing it gives you that alert still. If you were to change anything on the WAN IP page or reboot the MX it will cause it to fail back to DHCP and you will need to call in again.On Cox's new platform, the checks succeed so there is no issues. The only way right now to prevent the "bad IP" notice is to revert back to DHCP and stay there. This is what we did for the time being. Meraki Support is working with Cox and Cisco proper on a resolution. I ask for an update every other day and haven't got one yet.
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